Having a vote and having no one to vote for is not Freedom.
I'd like to point out that the candidates don't own the votes. The voters do. -Michael Badnarik, Libertarian For President 2004
Yes, Libertarian Presidential Candidate Michael Badnarik is an underdog, but in America, anybody can be President. Help make an American Dream come true. Vote for Freedom in 2004, vote for Badnarik.
The media gets almost no advertising dollars from the Libertarians and thus have little reason to cover them or include them in their polls. The American people deserve better. They deserve to be informed about the third largest political party in America. We may not be able to get our political message on the air but on November 2ND the American people will make their voices heard at the ballot box and Badnarik gives them an option besides Bush or Kerry. Will you stand idly by while America is turned into the land of 'free speech zones' and warrantless searches? Will you stand by as a rich elite drain the American economy for their own benefit while sending American jobs overseas? Will you rest easy knowing that you did nothing while Bush(and Kerry) siezed upon 9-11 as an excuse to go to war in Iraq and to give us the Patriot Act?
The only wasted vote is when you vote for someone you truly don't believe in. To those who tell us that we do not have the power to change things now, remember, this is America and when the chips are down and the fighting gets tough, America pulls together and gets the job done. All we have to do is pull a lever, and Bush and Kerry are history, and I have confidence that the American people can do that.
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January 18, 2008 Subject:
Hogwash as Slogans
"Having a vote and having no one to vote for is not Freedom."
Not liking any of the candidates is NOT "having no one to vote for." It's "Not having anyone I WANT to vote for." Grow up, Badnarik, "Freedom" is not the same as "It's gotta be my way, or I'm gonna whine and pee my pants!" "Freedom" is not, "I get my way in everything, always."
Your appeal, unsurprisingly, is to juveniles and thumb-suckers who like to be told what they want to hear becaue that's easier than actually learning the history of the country, and of the Constitution (Clue: the Second Amendment has nothing whatever to do with "individual" anything -- and hasn't since the Framers of it voted down the debated "individual right" to NOT bear arms as member of the militia. Read the debates, in which you'll find the words that came out of their mouths on the point, rather than the non-law anti-Constitutionalism of the NRA, and the blind anti-gov't types who miss the fact: "We the people" ARE the gov't; preach against the gov't and you preach against "We the people".)
September 2, 2004 Subject:
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